Person examining wind turbine blades.
Person examining wind turbine blades.
Photo: DTU Wind
Person examining wind turbine blades.

2nd International Conference on Sustainable Wind Turbine Blades

The sustainability of wind turbine blades, from the selection of materials to the manufacturing of blades until the end of life and recycling phase, has become a significant topic of discussion in recent years. New developments in the field of material sciences, recycling technologies and the analysis of the recycling value chain are shaping future perspectives.

This conference offers lectures, round tables and sessions on the following topics:

New blade materials // bio-composites, recyclable thermosets, thermoplastics, bio-based resins, bio-based carbon fibres // Recycling // Reuse, repurpose, pyrolysis, solvolysis // Recycling value chain // Estimating and mapping wind turbine blade waste, circular economy, life cycle assessment of recycling processes // Future perspective // Design for recycling, recycling of recyclable wind turbine blades, and more.

When: 18-20 November 2024
Venue: DTU Risø Campus, Denmark

NorthWind at this event

NorthWind PhD candidate Pankaj Ravindra Gode from work package 5 “Sustainable wind development” will be presenting his research at the conference.

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